Amazon HQ2 Continues

CNBC reported this week that Amazon has visited all of the remaining 20 sites still in contention for the massive HQ2, new North American headquarters project.Read more

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CNG in the WSJ!

It’s always been one of CoreNet Global’s core objectives to raise the visibility not only of the association, but of the corporate real estate profession. This week, furthering that aim, The Wall Street Journal cited data from a research study that we completed with CBRE on the use of personal desks.Read more

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Corporate Real Estate Expands in Asia

Corporate occupiers are fueling demand and growth for corporate real estate in Asia, according to an article in Global Finance.Read more

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Young Leader Insights: Ir. M.A.D. (Martine) Verhoeven

Ir. M.A.D. (Martine) Verhoeven

Business Development Manager, Buildings

Royal HaskoningDHV

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Cutting The Cord

Today’s workers prefer their mobile phones and personal devices rather than desk phones and wired computers. No great surprise.Read more

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Leaving Carnegie Hall for the Grand Ole Opry

AllianceBernstein Holding LP plans to relocate its headquarters, chief executive and most of its New York staff to Nashville, Tenn., in an attempt to cut costs, according to people familiar with the matter, reports the Wall Street Journal.Read more

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Going Hollywood

As we all know, an emerging trend in corporate real estate is that the location of talent is driving location decisions.Read more

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Deals Drying Up Where Tech is Hot

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that in cities considered tech-centric, such as Seattle, San Francisco, Boston and Atlanta, landlords are slowing down traditional deal makers such as free rent periods and remodeling allowances.Read more

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But Where’s the Uber Pick Up Location?

eVolo Magazine just announced the winners of its 2018 Skyscraper Competition, and the winners truly seem out of this world: Read more

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Young Leader Insights: Mike Brucato, MCR

Mike Brucato, MCR

Senior Director | Northeast | Advisory & Transaction Services | Occupier


What’s your educational background?

I grew up in Andover, Mass., and went to Andover High School. Following that, I attended Boston University where I accepted under their Pre-med program. Being a liberal arts college, we had to take a variety of courses outside of our major. After taking Micro Economics 101, I realized that I really enjoyed the blend of theory, logic and math so I switched my major to Economics at the end of my freshman year. Read more

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The Evolution of Work

Guest Post By: Tica Hessing, Cushman & Wakefield, and Sigrid Zialcita, Cushman & Wakefield

Urbanisation has been the dominant demographic trend over the last century. Read more

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Marching Towards an Autonomous Future

Guest Post By: Christopher Zegras, Associate Professor of Transportation and Urban Planning, MIT

Urban development today is a study in restraint rather than excess, as space increasingly becomes a valuable commodity. Read more

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